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    Posted: 30 August 2010 at 08:08
Welcome to the sixteenth part of the "Random shots" thread. Previous ones are:
* Post your random shots,
* Post your random shots II,
* Post your random shots III,
* Post your random shots IV,
* Post your random shots V,
* Post your random shots VI,
* Post your random shots VII,
* Post your random shots VIII,
* Post your random shots IX
* Post your random shots X
* Post your random shots XI
* Post your random shots XII
* Post your random shots XIII
* Post your random shots XIV
* Post your random shots XV

Just to recap what this thread is about: there are only a three simple rules that must be fulfilled to post a photo in here:

* The photo you post must be selected from your gallery in a random way (or pseudo-random - if there are some computing purists around ). Use your calculator, or computer to generate some pseudo-random number. Or use dice, or results of your national lottery, or whatever ...

* The first shot selected must be posted, i.e. no cheating is allowed because e.g. "that first photos was so awful",

* No more than one photo per day is allowed.

Of course all are encouraged to comment others work and discuss various aspects of posted photos.

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Down under woods


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#140, spider on the ceiling:

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 30 August 2010 at 08:48
Scary!
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 30 August 2010 at 09:37
??? Sorry, something's gone wrong.

Edited by W&7D - 30 August 2010 at 09:41

Minolta 7D, Sony A77 & A99. Mostly Minolta Glass.
Into handheld HDR right now.


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Picture #806: 3/4 moon

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A850+16mm fisheye


DSC03449 by dj murdok photos*, on Flickr
sony A7ii

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α700, Sigma 10-20mm, 20mm, f5.6, 1/5000s, ISO1250
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Love the whole Tree - not just one branch

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#1046, Lavender:

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Picture #592: fir tree overhanging the Lake of St.Moritz:


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#398, Jessica Laan, The Sony Benelux Alpha Marketing representative also modeled (~ 5 min.) at the FMF demo day in Utrecht:

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